Tulga lives in Chicago, Illinois. He attended the National University of Mongolia for college. He has worked for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. 
Tulga's audition in Episode 1204 consisted of catching a bowling ball on the small of his back and spinning a wooden log across his chest. Mel B and at least two judges voted "Yes," sending him to the Judge Cuts.
Tulga's Judge Cuts performance in Episode 1208 consisted of twirling on his back a log whose ends were lit on fire. Next, he invited Howie Mandel and Heidi Klum to join him on stage. He then spun the log while they sat in swings tied to the ends of the log. Tulga's performance was not strong enough for the judges to send him to the Quarterfinals, eliminating him from the competition along with Azeri Brothers and The Godfathers.
After The Show
Tulga appeared on France's Got Talent in 2018. He was eliminated in the Judge Cuts. The same year, he also appeared on the fifth season of the Italian competition series Tu Si Que Vales 
In 2019, Tulga competed on the World's Got Talent special held in China. He was the winner of his Preliminary, sending him to the Semifinals. He ended up being eliminated after finishing second in his Semifinal round, losing to a dance group created and led by Atai Omurzakov, who had previously competed on Britain's Got Talent as part of Tumar KR. Atai is also affiliated with ADEM Show.
In the same year, Tulga appeared on the ninth season of Australia's Got Talent, where he was eliminated in the Judge Cuts.
Tulga competed on the TBS competition series Go Big Show in 2021 in which he was runner-up of the competition losing by one point to rope artist and horseman Tomas Garcilazo.
In 2022, Tulga auditioned for the fifteenth season of 'Britain's Got Talent'.